Each Wednesday from May until the end of October, the Farmers Market opens mid-morning to early afternoon at the corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue in the Main Street Commons. Patrons can purchase fresh floral arrangements, baked goods, farm-grown produce, herbs, honey, preserves, and other related items. All vendors must follow the Cottage Food Rules and have a signed Farmers’ Market Agreement on file with the City.
The Market is open Wednesdays 10am – 2pm, except for the Last Wednesday of the month, which is open 3pm-7pm in conjunction with the Food Truck Rally.
A beloved community tradition is making a comeback to Xenia, thanks to a local downtown business owner. Becky Hawkes, owner of the FLOUR Bake Shop and FLOUR Box Gift Shop, has organized a weekly farmer’s market which will have a soft opening on Saturday, May 13, just in time for Mother’s Day.
Hawkes has coined the market, Xenia Farmer’s Market On the Square, since vendors will be positioned along E. Main Street, N. Detroit Street and Greene Street, surrounding the Greene County Courthouse. The market will run every Saturday from May 13 through September 2, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. “We are very excited to bring a farmer’s market back to Xenia, especially in our historic downtown,” Hawkes said. “Visitors can expect to find goods from local growers, cottage bakers, including a gluten-free baker, and artisan crafters. All of these items will be sold at competitive prices.”
The Centerville Farmers Market will return this spring and summer in its new home at Activity Center Park in Uptown.
The Centerville Farmers Market is sponsored by the City of Centerville and Centerville Washington Park District. It will feature high-quality homegrown produce and products.
The market will operate on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. beginning May 13 and ending on August 12 at Activity Center Park, 221 N. Main Street.
The farmers’ market is located on the corner of Main St. & Philadelphia Dr, in the parking lot of Shiloh Church.
We will have food trucks this year!
* Produce Perks are incentive tokens given to customers who use an Ohio Direction Card (“electronic benefits transfer” or EBT card) to purchase food. EBT cardholders can swipe their card and ask to withdraw a desired amount. The market provides tokens for the transaction and additional Produce Perks that can be spent on fruits and vegetables. The incentive is a dollar-for-dollar match to every dollar spent (up to $25) using an Ohio Direction Card at the market. There is no minimum purchase amount to qualify for the incentives.
The Lebanon Farmers Market is open 3pm to 7pm every Thursday mid-May through mid-October.
The Lebanon Farmers Market is moving to Bicentennial Park, corner of Mulberry and Cherry, for the 2023 market season.
You will find a variety of locally grown or produced vegetables, fruit, baked goods, jams, meat, eggs, body care, flowers, and other artisan items. Our high-quality Vendors take pride in their products and only offer their best to the customers.